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. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. thank you orville and wilbur... ...amelia... neil and buzz: for proving there's nowhere we can't go. but, at some point... giant leaps gave way to baby steps... and with all due respect, you're history. if you taught us anything, it's that you can't cling to the past... if you want to create the future. that's why, instead of looking behind... delta is looking beyond. pushing u.s. aviation to new heights. all 80 thousand of us. busy investing billions in the industry's boldest moves. it's biggest advances in technology. bringing our passengers the best, the most spacious fleet in the sky. and earning more awards than any other airline... to show for it. so rather than simply saluting history... we're out there making it. charles: guns are big business, commercial sales of weapons and ammunition hitting $5 billion just last year, and they're growing by double digits. on the phone now, democratic florida state senator audrey gibson pushing a bill that requires bullet buyers to take anger management classes. representative gibson, thanks a lot m
's sort of like if you're not for all of these incredible changes to the laws, perhaps even the constitution, that you are de facto aiding and abetting any mass shooting. and it's felt like this from immediately, like there were people out there who never did like the second amendment, and they found an opportunity to go ahead and make this sort of harsh, you know, move against people who rightfully own guns. and by the way, 99 percent of these lawful gun owners don't commit any crimes. so i do think it is finger pointing -- >> well, if you let me say something, i don't know about the other people, all i know about is this legislation -- charles: but what's the purpose for the anger management course? >> it doesn't point fingers at anyone. it does not ban any guns. it does not ban any ammunition. it just says let's look inside and see what triggers, what triggers may be, may be that would cause me to reach for my gun. charles: okay, senator gibson, what if i have an anger management issue? can i have a gun? i've never committed a crime, i've never hurt anyone, but i fly off
for traditional medicare. neil: we are paying more for health care right now and the cost of the law itself is higher than it was billed. >> let's take a look at the medicare advantage piece i am taught me about. why does it make any fiscal sense? pay 14% more for the same level of service, that is just a fundamental budgetary issue. neil: i always see they both seem to recognize the administration and paul ryan needed to rein in growth of medicare. the eye of the beholder of who'o is doing the job and who is not. i just see a lot of shifting going around whether americans step back from this and say the ryan ship makes sense, what say you? >> it is a terrible thing being in ryan's shoes right now because the media is going to attack what he is coming up with and organizing for action obama's new group, rallied the seniors, demonize this like throwing the meat to the sharks. you will see a massive fight, and yet when you look at the reality, we all recognize we have to do major changes in entitlement and medicare reform. neil: every time someone does, they are jack the ripper. what i'm aski
all over the country including in texas, full disclosure. my law firm represents several of the companies that are the major fracking companies in the country, representing texas for many, many years. of course, there's problems. every form of energy extraction including windmills and solar have problems. neil: isn't the governor say let's examine the problems? >> we had the problems for years. neil: right? then why -- obama's another two years do? >> it's getting good reports on how it's done. neil: what's he up to? >> best practices mean you do it with a minimum amount of possible effect on the environment. also, it'll help us in terms of pollution because these natural gas is used, it's significantly less impact on the environment. neil: the governor could have said, look, i'm going to rise above the interest of the environmentalists who cap job growth in my state and make a statement -- should he choose to run for president -- that he's above this. this could have been his clinton, you know, moment. >> you know, i had favorable things to say about andrew and the way h
for stew. -- forced dues. that is where the thing in legal contract law that says each side has to get something and give something up to have a valid contract. in this case the woers are getting or the union is getting 10 years of forced dues and the only thing the workers are getting is a privilege to pay those dues until 2023. neil: we should explain the right to work, you as a right of the employee of the state whether you want to be in a union or not. if you're the union he said such a good deal because we will get better pay packages and the like, to be an honor to stay with them, you won't bat an eyelash at it. the people are concerned they will look at this coming to the quick conclusion isn't worth the money or the aggravation, and that is why they're doing this, right? >> the union is worry once workers are given a choice, that is all writes to work is, gives a choice whether to pay the union and still keep their job the unions worry once you have that choice they will say forget it, you are not doing a good job and i don't want to pay you. a lot of them say they look at the
their dreams. go to legalzoom.com today and make your business dream a reality. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. neil: a package full of pot. a mother bought a gift for her daughter, but then pot showed up at her house. via fedex, she is suing him for putting her family at risk. we reached out to fedex. they refuse to comment. >> not only does she have a case. but this woman is going to track this all the way to the bank. and they better get ready to ride route a big check because this is beyond gross negligence. they send this woman a packet containing 7 pounds of pot. is woman does the right thing and call the police. the police get involved. of course she is going to be be in fear for her life. there are going to be possible retaliations from drug dealers. she has every right to seek damages. neil: she had no idea what she was signing for it. >> but she signed for the package. it was not the intended recipient -- she was not the intended recipient. but she signed for it. she consented to the terms and policies that they may have. [talking over each ther] [talking over each other
minutes. protect youramily... and launch your dreams. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. >> wall street could easily bear this tax. >> if you make $5 million per year, you have to pay a minimum 30% tax. >> the higher transaction tax on stocks. >> we are asking the rich to contribute more. >> we need a new revenue. >> really creative about taxes, but not so much when it comes to cutting. democrats pushing for this again. liz macdonald says this is going global. would you make of this trend? >> i do not like it at all. it is something that will hit our accounts, we get a sense that whether we are the ones doing it or not. >> it could easily rise up to 60%, in fact, i would like to get to the thick of it. time and again we have seen congress saying that we had to tax everything, even oxygen, despite government spending that is going on. that is where our taxes will have to go. so it is those country and easy to put the switch on these taxes. neil: but it is global. >> it is a bit like southern europe, a lot of people are not happy about it. it they are taxing things a littl
to legalzoom.com today and make your business dream a reality. at legalzoom.com we put the law on your side. otherworldly things. but there are some things i've never seen before. this ge jet engine can understand 5,000 data samples per second. which is good for business. because planes use less fuel, spend less time on the ground and more time in the air. suddenly, faraway places don't seem so...far away. ♪ neil: group letter. the groupon operating chief wrote a letter today. their stock priceehas been hovering. liz macdonald thinks the nation's chief executive should hold themselves accountable. we the american people thought he was good enough to be reelected. >> you ge $87 billion off of the federal budget, and what are you left with? $3.7 trillion. this is the fifth year and we still have 1.4% anemic growth. the other thing is that we have a lot of great coupon spending going on on conferences. all sorts of redundancies throughout the government. i still do not understand why we cut the real issue. we have 80 union groups representing federal union workers. once you give them money,
a budget after 1405 days, follow the law they they said they would up hold it might help, government spending has increased a trillion from 2008, we have 7.9% unemployment and which are slow growth to show for -- and very slow growth to show for it. neil: gary, you know, a lot of people can interpret this two ways, if you are a democrat and you like spending this is what spending raut, a boom, and now a public record, and republicans is seize on it alluding to sequestration issue, and saying well, you know, markets were not frightened about it but they were buoyed about it, where do you stand? >> the bigger thing right now is fed printing $3 billion a day, for me that is what is driving the market, if you really want markets going, having another secular bull market, government spent $2 .74 trillion years ago now 3.7 trillion, back that out, let's go back to lower numbers, let private sector go nuts to the upside. and then you see where markets take off and it will not be a one-off thing. >> that is right. neil: caroline, would you say this is a badge of honor for spenders? to keep r
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